Thank you for the question. I have been a practicing physician for 20 years. Medicine is a great career, however, there is sacrifice involved in attending medical school. During your time in medical school, your focus will be going to class and studying. Realistically, you are giving up much of your 20’s for Medicine. But anything worth doing requires sacrifice. I have enjoyed my career in medicine and have loved the flexibility of Medicine as a career which has included private practice, inpatient medicine, community health, urgent care, prison medicine, and working for the military which is my current job. When the time comes, do what is best for you. If you continue on the path to medicine, consider investing in some business classes as medical school and residency don’t teach you that part, and you will need it once you complete training and have to review contracts for job offers. Business classes will also benefit you if you plan to start your own practice. Wishing you great success.